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Telecommunications Equipment

Market Overview

Indicator

2013

2014

2015e

Fixed Lines

20.1

20.2

22.0

Mobile Subscribers

105

105.2

110.1

3G & 4G

12.4

14.7

22.1

Broadband Subscribers

13.7

14.2

16

Figures in millions

Source: Business Monitor International

Since 2010, the Mexican telecommunications market has consistently outpaced GDP growth, driven to a large extent by mobile telephony, broadband, and broadcasting. Considered a medium-maturity market for wireless telephony, Mexico has a wireless penetration of 88% with 112 million active lines. According to Mexican telecommunications think tank CIU, at the end of 2015, Mexico had 18.3 million fixed broadband subscriptions, 33.1 mobile broadband subscriptions, 77.3 million smart phones, and 68 million internet users.

Opportunities

There are several opportunities in the telecommunications sector. Carriers are increasing their spectrum capacity, and LTE (4G) networks, will continue expanding. Network and infrastructure projects are carried out by telecom equipment OEMs (including Nokia Networks) acting as integrators. They actively pursue opportunities and U.S. companies looking to enter the Mexican market can reach out to them directly or partner with smaller local distributors, who are vendors of OEM integrators.

Other opportunities include cloud computing solutions, mobile applications, equipment maintenance, services, data center, and energy efficiency solutions (hardware, software, and services).

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